Anyone uses Firestone Destination AT?
Totally impressed with what I saw a set do yesterday in heavy clay mud. 285/75R16 on an 06. He pulled an overloaded dump trailer through my neighbors yard and backed it into place to dump with it two different times. At least 11k lbs total for this 10k trailer. Tires were mashed. Trailer was rutting yard up but he was not spinning at all. I don't think I could have followed him around empty with new T/As since they slick over so easy.
This is one of the tires I like that is made as a 16 incher.
I could not find many reviews out there with these tires on a 2500 size truck. Dude liked the wear that he was getting out of them.
I'm not trying the T/A's again. I think the Nitto's Terras are out due to short life.
Don't want to buy a 25k mile set again.
Let me know what you have heard, drove or seen happen to the Destination ATs concerning life, ride, quietness and light mud-ability. I am not going cheap, I am trying to buy a good set of tires that will hold up to towing around town and not get stuck.
2004 2500HD LB7, Crew Cab LT, 4 x 4, 222,222 mi, CTS2, MBRP exhaust dual outlet, no cat, PowerStop Brake Kit, B & W Turn over ball, Air Bags, CamLocker toolbox, 265/75-16 Firestone Destination ATs, 3rd set of injectors at 205K mi.